published work.

Perceptions Undergraduate Research Journal

As Temple University’s first student-run undergraduate research journal, Perceptions is curated by the Temple Undergraduate History and Social Sciences Association. I am fortunate to have had my academic research peer-reviewed and published in the journal, while I was pursuing my certification in social science research

Ignoring and Preserving the European Identity: An Ethnography of Rome (Vol. 6 (1), 2020)

Deciphering Fake News: Navigating Today’s News Standards (Vol. 5 (1), 2019)

The Illusion of Progress: Evaluating U.N. Women’s Rights Instruments (Vol. 4 (2), 2018)

L’Osservatorio Research Centre

Located in Rome, Italy, L’Osservatorio Research Centre conducts research that champions the human rights of civilians who are victims of international conflicts. During my study abroad experience, I wrote web review articles and full-length reports that focused on the needs and stories of victims. 

Addressing Sexual Violence as a Weapon of War

Civilians Affected Most by Violence from Explosives

Iraqi Civilians Continue to Face Displacement Years after Conflict

Civilian Protests Lead to Violence in Sudan

Airstrike Causes Child Victims in Yemen

Philadelphia Public Relations Association

As a member of Temple University’s 2019 Bateman Competition team, I was invited to be a guest blogger for PPRA throughout the duration of the campaign. The Bateman Competition gives students the opportunity to plan and execute public relations campaigns for nonprofit organizations. 

Diversity and Inclusion Start with Students

Temple Students Use Black History Month to Launch Campaign Focusing on Diversity in Philly’s PR Community

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